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When browsing page give me this error (Input string was not in a correct format.)
in this line of code

<h1><%# Eval("EntryDate","{0,D}") %></h1>
        <%# Eval("Entry") %>
Posted 22-Jan-13 19:37pm
Please, show the definition of Eval(string) and Eval(string, string). Pat attention for string.Format and format itself. If you mean "{0,D}" to be a format specifier, it's wrong.
(Of course, this cannot be a JavaScript "eval".)
Please pay attention for your abuse: I removed some of your "answers", for your own good. What you do is abuse and would be reported for abuse anyway. Some of your answers were further questions, or comments. This is explainable, but why would you even accept some formally? This is already classified as cheating.

As it was not really regular, I did not claim this abuse for abuse watch, but please understand: all cases of these kind abuse, when presented to consideration of members at abuse watch forum resulted in cancellation of accounts of systematic abusers. In your case, I hope it was just some mistake, so you won't do it after this warning.

Thank you for your understanding.

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<%#Eval("EntryDate", "{0:MM/dd/yyyy}")%>

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